indaHash Review – Tokenizing the Influencer Industry

indaHash aims to connect brands, influencers, and audiences with unprecedented ease and access. Through the use of their indaHash coin, brands can start or develop their connections with influencers. Influencers can quickly and easily work with brands and further develop their audiences. Audiences are given the opportunity to engage more closely with influencers and brands they support.

indaHash leverages their existing position as the largest international influencer marketing platform. They have over 300,000 influencers from more than 70 countries, with a majority of the Fortune 500 brands. By tokenizing the influencer industry they want to solve the wide range of issues and challenges between influencers, brands, and fan bases.

Key Features and Advantages of indaHash


Thanks to the well-thought-out cryptoeconomics, indaHash Coin can become the world-standard cryptocurrency for rewarding all influencer activities reflecting the value of the growing market. With the introduction of the indaHash Coin we want to tokenize the influencer marketing world and solve a wide range of issues and challenges between influencers, brands and fan-bases.


The power of every influencer is not only the reach but also the ability to exert a real influence on the opinions, behaviour and the buying intent of the followers. indaHash is introducing a system which would value the activity of fans and adjust the amount of influencer tokens given for certain activities. Fans who receive the tokens will have the possibility to exchange them for personalised ways of interaction with their influencers.


The new feature will change the way brands, both large and small, work with influencers by allowing them to get discounts on products and services. This feature will significantly increase the chance of brands getting authentic reviews from desireable trendsetters.


In the current system payment for influencers for completed campaigns takes anywhere from 30-60 days to settle.



One comment

  1. Hey Mike –

    Thanks for the video, have some questions that you may or may not be able to answer.

    1. How are they currently paying influencers? Will this payment method still be utilized after the coin goes live?
    2. Given this company says its partnered w/ alot of fortune 500 companies and they have 100 plus employees, whats the reason for not raising a round of money w/ the current revenue stream rather than going ICO vs an angel or VC? Have they raised money before? My concern is them raising 30 million in an ICO, but if the coin goes belly up down the line, the founders still have 100 % of the company and have all that money to use to grow the the business. In that case ICO investors are out, but these guys still own the company.


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